Blinds, Shutters and Shades near Immokalee FL provides custom wooden, faux wood blinds and plantation shutters.
Faux Wood Blinds Immokalee
Faux wood blinds are an alternative to real wood blinds. Made of a composite of man-made materials and natural wood particles, faux wood is a less expensive choice than natural wood. These blinds have become more popular as the products have matured, becoming cheaper and more versatile at the same time offering more of a natural wood look. Faux wood blinds are relatively warp resistant, have UV ratings and come in many colors. Because of their resistance to warping, faux wood window blinds are a great choice for areas with extreme temperature changes. They are also the ideal choice for places with high moisture, such as bathrooms and kitchens, since they do not warp as easily as natural wood.
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Wood or Wooden Blinds Immokalee
Wood or wooden blinds are window treatments made of wood. Pine, maple, cherry, almond, pecan, mahogany, rosewood, oak, abachi and basswood are some types of woods for custom blinds.
There are three main parts of a wood blind:
1) Valances: Top decorative trim of the window blind to conceal hardware.
2) Slats: Vertical or horizontal pieces of the window blind held together by cords or other material.
3) Bottom rails: Bottom part of the window blind the provides weight and attachment sites for the connecting cords.
Plantation Shutters Immokalee
Plantation shutters are window treatments made from broad wooden slats. Louvers are angled slats hung at regular intervals in the plantation shutter.
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